Soundcloud music worked well for "Tiny Golden Bikinis
". Inspiring a search for more great Soundcloud music. Worked out. As Gurdonark
said in chat: "is tonight a soundcloud night?" Sure was...
Played some of the new field recordings from the Impulsive Habitat
netlabel, Claudio Curciotti's "Indica: Sounds from India
". Very nice. I really like this netlabel. I have a voracious appetite for field recordings. More from them in future.
While looking around I rediscovered the music of Doc & Lena Selyanina
, who get the honor of longest track played on tonight's show. "Bell Meditation" from their release "Cosmic Lullabies
". Deep ambient at it's best.
Found some other field recordings
while sniffing around at the Musictrade
netlabel. Which I was able to put to good use. Waiter! More phonography! Seriously.
Mixed together tracks from Bortom Reparation
, Vessel 1 through 5. Basically you're always hearing at least 2 of these tracks at the same time. The Bortom Reparation Vessel Sadayatana distended mix, hehe.
Bortom Reparation is a collaboration between Red Fog
--the guy behind the great DNA Production
netlabel. Oh darn, he put out two releases
since the last time I looked! Well... there's always next week...
Just one track this week but I really like the music of The Implicit Order
. Thanks again to C. Reider
for turning me onto these strange sounds
Lucky to find these particularly crisp binaural field recordings
by Derren Lee Poole. Wow. I could do a whole show inspired by the one titled "Blackburn Cathedral". Oh wait, maybe I just did. Reminiscent of NordBeck's release "78 rpm
" featured in Sadayatana "Extreme High Heels
". Need more sounds like this. Have any?
July 9, 2011
A cut above the rest.
This is a particularly good edition of Sadayatana. Varied styles include the deep chest pounding noise ambience of Noiseflowr, the dark ambience of Obscure Visions, The Implicit Order and many, many more. They stitch together a show that while still devoted the Sadayatana ethos, skips effortlessly from one ambient sub-genre to another, creating a very interesting show that keeps you interested and which maintains a smooth flow, delivering quality sounds to your speakers! As it says on the website - if you are not listening to Sadayatana with headphones, you are not listening to Sadayatana. Turn it up LouD!